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JUSTIN DURANT RUMORS

Dallas Cowboys: Three most intriguing positional battles

The Dallas Cowboys will head off to Oxnard, California to start training camp on July 24th. There are many questions to be asked about who will be on the starting lineup for their week one matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. Many things are uncertain heading into camp but one thing is for sure. The Cowboys will have some very important and intriguing positional battles in training...
Via isportsweb.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL Notes: Cowboys, Lions, Packers & Saints

  Cowboys According to Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas, Justin Durant will “likely be the first-team middle linebacker” at the start of Cowboys’ training camp. “When the Cowboys open camp, Justin Durant will likely be the first-team middle linebacker,” Archer writes. “He took the first-team snaps in the minicamp and during most of the organized team activities after Sean...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Durant taking snaps at middle linebacker for Dallas

Veteran linebacker Justin Durant is taking the first-team snaps at middle linebacker with Sean Lee now done for the season. Justin Durant opens as the starter at Mike with Carter and Wilber. — Bryan Broaddus (@BryanBroaddus) June 2, 2014 The Cowboys have shown interest in Jonathan Vilma and Brian Urlacher, but it continues to look like they want to see if one of their own players...
Via Pro Football Zone
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys agree to contract with LB Durant

IRVING, Texas The Dallas Cowboys have reached a tentative contract agreement with veteran free-agent Justin Durant, a prospective starter at strong-side linebacker. The Cowboys played host to Durant and defensive backs Will Allen and Michael Huff on Monday. Durant, 27, is signing a two-year deal (as first reported by ESPN) as soon as Dallas opens up cap room with moves to come...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
March 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Unsigned free agent jokes about career change

As an NFL player, Justin Durant has always had to work on Sundays. Perhaps that explains why he'd consider Chick-fil-A for a possible career change. Durant, a linebacker with the Detroit Lions the last two seasons, remained unsigned during the first three days of the NFL's free agency. The quick-witted Durant hasn't lost his sense of humor, though. He tweeted a photo...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
March 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Free agent LB Justin Durant fills out an application at Chick-fil-A (Picture)

Like many others across the NFL, former Detroit Lions linebacker Justin Durant is still looking for work. We are only three days into the official free agent signing period and plenty of dominos have yet to fall. When they do, Durant is hoping he will be one of them. Until then, it appears the 27-year old is out looking for work elsewhere. Durant tweeted the photo you see above on...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 14, 2013  |  Discuss
TIMES ARE TOUGH

NFL player tweets pic of Chick-fil-A application

Detroit Lions LB Justin Durant has been a free agent for three days now, and has not worked out a new contract with the Lions or any other team.  After tweeting about Chick-fil-A quite often during the season, Durant tweeted out a picture of his name on a job application. Rough outchea bruh twitpic.com/cbatys — Justin Durant (@JDurant52) March 14, 2013 I gotta say, if you’re...
Via Diehardsport
March 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Justin Durant Tweets About Chick-fil-A, Leading to Backlash Regarding Chain's Ongoing Controversy

The whole Chick-fil-A controversy has people on edge. Justin Durant learned that the hard way. The Lions linebacker tweeted about Chick-fil-A this past week, which drew plenty of responses from his followers. Durant eventually made it clear that he couldn't quite wrap his head around why people were boycotting the fast-food chain. Obviously, the boycotts across the country have...
Via NESN.com
August 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Justin Durant would eat Chick-fil-A even if it supported slavery

Some folks love their Chick-fil-A so much they wouldn’t let anything stop them from eating it. Take Lions linebacker Justin Durant for example. The former second-round pick said on Twitter he’d still eat Chick-fil-A even if the restaurant’s owners supported slavery. Durant began the Chick-fil-A conversation on Wednesday by asking his Twitter followers what the situation was...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 03, 2012  |  Discuss
GOOD EATS, BAD TWEETS

Lions LB would eat Chick-fil-A over slavery support?

Lions LB Justin Durant may have been trying to prove a point, but did he take his support for Chick-fil-A too far?

Via Sportress of Blogitude
August 03, 2012  |  138 Comments
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